Robust controls for ship-mounted container cranes with viscoelastic foundation and flexible hoisting cable

@article{Tuan2015RobustCF,
  title={Robust controls for ship-mounted container cranes with viscoelastic foundation and flexible hoisting cable},
  author={Le Anh Tuan and Soon-Geul Lee and Luong Cong Nho and Hoang Manh Cuong},
  journal={J. Systems & Control Engineering},
  year={2015},
  volume={229},
  pages={662-674}
}
This study proposes two robust controllers for a ship-mounted container crane based on the back-stepping sliding mode control technique. The ship crane system is operated under complex conditions, in which the disturbances caused by the viscoelasticity of seawater and the flexibility of handling wire ropes are fully considered. With two actuators consisting of a trolley-moving force and container-hoisting torque, the controllers concurrently stabilize six states: trolley displacement, container… CONTINUE READING

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